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  1. Are we winning the abortion debate or just having more babies?Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | World Magazine

    Americans may be growing more pro-life because pro-life families are having more babies, according to a recent paper by two Northwestern University sociologists.

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  2. New Brunswick election: Voters challenged to choose on resources, jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Four years after sending the Liberal government to defeat after one term in office, David Alward 's Progressive Conservatives want to ensure history doesn't repeat itself when New Brunswick goes to the polls on Sept.

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  3. Have Alward's Tories been 'proven through fire?' N.B. voters will decide Sept. 22Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Four years after sending the Liberal government to defeat after one term in office, David Alward's Progressive Conservatives want to ensure history doesn't repeat itself when New Brunswick goes to the polls on Sept.

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  4. Juan Guerra Gets Drug Case Dismissed for Single MotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Attorney Juan Guerra of Guerra & Farah, PLLC recently achieved a case dismissal for a client facing cocaine charges in Hidalgo County, TX.

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  5. Flap over flagRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Miami Herald

    Now I've seen it all! A private citizen donates a multimillion-dollar symbol of our nation's patriotism, and all hell breaks loose.

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  6. Unionization vote set for College of Saint Rose adjunct professorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 11 | Albany Times Union

    Several hundred adjunct professors at the College of St. Rose will be voting next month on whether to unionize in order to push for better pay, benefits and more secure contracts.

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  7. BOUQUETS and BRICKBATSRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 9 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    Two Jasper ISD teachers, for being named the Region 5 Teachers of the Year. This year's honorees are Lori Burton, who teaches first and second grade at Few Primary School, and Linda O'Brien, an 11th and 12th grade science teacher at Jasper High School.

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  8. K-Wings sign Taylor, Bourbour and WilsonRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 7 | MLive.com

    Similar to the players inked for this season, the announcement of the Kalamazoo Wings roster has been coming as fast and furious.

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  9. Miami Gardens residents to choose two City Council membersRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 7 | The Miami Herald

    Bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Florida Memorial University; master's degree in justice administration from St. Thomas University, doctorate in conflict resolution from Nova Southeastern University.

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  10. Arizona Sundogs sign new goalkeeperRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 6 | Prescott Valley Tribune

    Special to the Tribune Andrew Engelage, who emerged as the foundation of much of the Sundogs' success in 2013-14, won't be back with the club as goalkeeper this season after signing overseas with the Storhamar Dragons of Norway.

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  11. Lamar promotes Randy SchneiderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 4 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    From Lamar: Randy Schneider has been promoted to associate head coach of the Lamar University women's basketball team, head coach Robin Harmony announced today.

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  12. Nick's Notes: The Perfect PairingRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 3 | Marshall Independent

    I hate the word "clutch." It's an unclear descriptor. It's a lazy way of saying, "this particular person did the right thing at a critical moment."

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  13. , News, Sports, Obituaries, Businesses, Classifieds Pipestone, MN 56164Read the original story

    Sunday Aug 3 | Pipestone County Star

    It has been four years since representatives from Pipestone attended Girls State but 17-year-olds Brianna Rieck and Tiffany Hendriks have broken the streak.

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  14. Engelage signs overseas, Sundogs rebuild in netRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 31 | The Daily Courier

    Andrew Engelage, who emerged as the foundation of much of the Sundogs' success in 2013-14, won't be back with the club this upcoming season after signing overseas with the Storhamar Dragons of Norway.

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  15. 200 paid internships due in key industriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 30 | Miami Today

    A coalition of six area colleges and universities and Miami-Dade public schools is working together to create 200 new paid internships to place students in local industries deemed to have the most potential for future growth.

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  16. Arizona Secures Standout Rookie GoalieRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 30 | Arizona Sundogs

    Prescott Valley, AZ The Arizona Sundogs announced new addition between the pipes, rookie goaltender, Charles Lavigne, who joins the Sundogs for their 2014-15 Central Hockey League season.

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  17. Economic development and higher education leaders to launch regional talent development networkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 23 | Capital Soup

    In response to the need to build and retain talent in South Florida, economic development leaders and higher education institutions in Miami-Dade County have united to create a regional talent development network that will provide internships to students in key industries and align academic curriculum with industry needs.

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  18. Caribbean Marketplace in Miami's Little Haiti reopensRead the original story

    Jul 20, 2014 | Examiner.com

    ... degree in political science at Barry University and a master's degree in business management from Saint Thomas University. He noted the "85 percent brain drain" that has dispersed most educated Haitians to Miami, New York, and elsewhere. He appealed ...

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  19. Lunch with Lydia: Adam Gersten of Wynwood's GrampsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2013 | The Miami Herald

    Gramps, the laid-back watering hole that opened last December in Wynwood with a night of old school gator wrestling and quickly emerged as hipster central, home to the scruffy-faced, the cleverly inked and the plaid-shirted, is most notable for everything it's not.

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  20. Local priests who make a difference: the Rev. J. Michael JoncasRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2014 | TwinCities

    Professor, writer and composer Michael Joncas is widely known for his 1976 piece "On Eagle's Wings," a beloved work often performed at both Catholic and Protestant funerals.

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